Welcome to another week of Tuesdays In The Garden! Summer is flying by, and I’ve really been enjoying July. Daylilies are in full bloom and dahlias are getting taller each day. I’m still having great success with the clematis I planted in a big container this spring. I’m feeding it regularly, keeping it’s feet cool […]
Welcome to my garden! Here, I will show you what is currently blooming in USDA zone 6a Massachusetts. June is now in full swing, so that means peonies and clematis! I am drawn to the cottage garden style, so those are some of my favorite plants to grow. New England weather is known for some […]
When I first started gardening, I couldn’t wait to try growing strawberries! These red berries are jam-packed full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants. I can never resist a bite of a plump, juicy and sweet strawberry. I remember visiting my local garden nursery and noticing these bright red hanging baskets. As I got closer, I […]
Seeds to Plant in May – Vegetables and Fruits for Zones 3, 4, 5, 6 , 7 , 8, 9 and 10 Seeds to plant in May for summer crops in Zones 3 – 10. If you’ve been following my series on What to Plant then you saw the March and April Guides. So you […]
Let’s plant in March! Spring is just around the corner but it isn’t too early to think about the seeds you should plant in March! These vegetables, herbs and fruits will work for most people but if you’re in an area, like me, with extreme heat you’ll want to check out planting calendars for your […]
In the southern states the summer garden season is over for some people. I find this sad, because with a little care, a garden can continue to grow and produce right up till fall planting.